Leonard Cheshire
3.3 out of 5 stars.
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Leonard Cheshire Careers and Employment

About the company

  • Founded
    1948
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
  • Industry
    Healthcare
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Salaries

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Support Worker
£9.31 per hour
Head of Operations
£58,865 per year
Nurse
£17.59 per hour
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 287 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Support Worker in Inverness
on 11 December 2020
Good workplace
I worked nightshift and was very fortunate to work with what I now call friends. Good communicators and the work was fairly allocated. The service users were so appreciative of your assistance and it's easy to get attached to them. Had some good laughs yet everything remained professional when required. A good bunch of people to work for. I would recommend.
Support Worker in Colwyn Bay, Conwy
on 11 March 2021
Former employee great place to work
Work for the company for 4 years great bunch to work with work was hard at times but had great team leader who would help and motivate the team never had any issues in all the time i was there
Support Worker in Chipstead, Surrey
on 20 February 2021
There is better out there
My experience with this company was horrendous. Team leaders have no leader ship training and poor managers who don't care about you. This Company enables you like it does with their residences. Poor hygiene, stressful environment and team leaders and managers are biggest bullies except one. Team leaders think they you are beneath them and have no experience in management and they double standard. In all I had my worst experience there. I couldn't believe how much better it was out there until I started with my current job. They respect you, appreciate you, value you and make you feel good by supporting you. No wonder they are a 5 star Company.
Support worker in Cheshire
on 15 February 2021
Vert stressful company to work for
No recognition or thank you to staff who gave up annual leave to cover shifts when needed, and calling in agency instead of asking bank staff if they can cover. Management from further a field coming in to the work place when even in total lockdown, no continuity with the the workplace. Company only interested in saving money and not caring about staff or the clients as just evicted 6 people from 2 of the homes and closed them down with only 2months notice and they have been supported by the organisation over 40yrs. They have closed alot of homes down over the last few yrs
Support Worker in Belfast
on 13 February 2021
A lot of responsibilities in the job but fantastic management.
I would never have left Leonard Cheshire except through my own personal issues. Management and staff are great and very easy to talk to. Challenging work but excellent for advancing into social work or care industry in general. Fantastic place to work.
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Interview insights

Insights from 156 Indeed users who have interviewed with Leonard Cheshire within the last 5 years.

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Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

How would you respect freedom of choice and dignity

Shared on 16 March 2019

They ask alot off personal questions just to get to know you a bit better to see if your right for the role

Shared on 15 May 2018

They ask questions that are related to the residents Such as work related... Skills, how would you deal with conflict, how to help a resident to organise for holiday.

Shared on 23 August 2017
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